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Sargent? McKennie? Portugal friendly offers chance for next U.S. generation

Sebastian Salazar joins the guys for a heated debate about the U.S.'s World Cup failure, who's to blame and how to recover.
Alejandro Moreno reacts to Jermaine Jones saying more American players need to test themselves in Europe.
The FC crew discuss the role of MLS in developing American players and whether it played a part in the U.S.'s failure.
Taylor Twellman is still skeptical about the direction of U.S. Soccer following Bruce Arena's resignation.

The reconstruction project that is the U.S. men's national team has to begin at some point, and that time appears to be a Nov. 14 friendly at Portugal. In terms of a prospective roster, there are all kinds of possibilities.

There will be a strong tendency to simply say "play the kids" and disregard anyone over the age of 26. To be clear, this is an opportunity to gauge the progress made by some of the younger elements of the player pool, and the roster makeup should trend strongly in a youthful...

Promotion and relegation could unlock U.S. soccer's potential - Riccardo Silva

The man behind the 4 billion dollar bid for MLS rights tells Gab Marcotti the lack of promotion-relegation is holding back the US national team.

In June, international media rights company MP & Silva offered Major League Soccer $4 billion in exchange for 10 years' worth of global media rights from 2023, after its current deals expired.

The offer was at least four times higher than the value of the present contracts, but it had some important conditions: It included two lower tiers -- North American Soccer League (NASL) and the United Soccer League (USL) -- and, crucially, MLS would have to commit to a system of promotion and relegation across...

 By Arch Bell

Vermes and Ramos could replace Arena, but Martino and Osorio intrigue

Taylor Twellman is still skeptical about the direction of U.S. Soccer following Bruce Arena's resignation.
ESPN's Jeremy Schaap joins SportsCenter to break down the latest news surrounding Bruce Arena resigning as U.S. head coach.
From Taylor Twellman's rant to Stevie Nicol's passionate response, relive the best moments after U.S.'s heartbreaking defeat.
The ESPN FC panel ruminate on whether arrogance and complacency cost the U.S. a place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

The Bruce Arena 2.0 era is over, so it's time to start talking about potential long-term replacements. Here are some names that U.S. Soccer should consider.

The favorites

Peter Vermes

Vermes is the most-discussed choice within MLS ranks and with good reason. A former national team player, Vermes has guided Sporting Kansas City with consistency in his eight-year tenure and won titles at both the league and cup level. There is little mystery surrounding his teams; there is a plan and a style that...

Sunil Gulati should step down as U.S. Soccer president after World Cup mess

Taylor Twellman is still skeptical about the direction of U.S. Soccer following Bruce Arena's resignation.
ESPN's Jeremy Schaap joins SportsCenter to break down the latest news surrounding Bruce Arena resigning as U.S. head coach.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley has his say on the USMNT's World Cup qualifying failure.
From Taylor Twellman's rant to Stevie Nicol's passionate response, relive the best moments after U.S.'s heartbreaking defeat.
ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle and Sebastian Salazar assess where it all went wrong for the U.S. and look ahead to what comes next.
Max and Herc are joined by special guest Shaka Hislop to evaluate the United States' failure to qualify for the World Cup.

The good news is that accountability for the disastrous World Cup qualifying effort by the U.S. men's national team was easier to find Friday. The bad news is that there wasn't enough of it.

As so often happens, it was the manager -- in this case Bruce Arena -- who bore the initial brunt. While it's true that he led the U.S. to its greatest World Cup heights in the modern era, he was also in charge for its greatest collapse and there is no escaping the pain and magnitude of the failure to qualify...

 By Jason Davis

Trinidad and Tobago loss the most humiliating in U.S. soccer history

Taylor Twellman is still skeptical about the direction of U.S. Soccer following Bruce Arena's resignation.
The ESPN FC panel ruminate on whether arrogance and complacency cost the U.S. a place at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
From Taylor Twellman's rant to Stevie Nicol's passionate response, relive the best moments after U.S.'s heartbreaking defeat.

In the days after the failure of the United States to beat Trinidad and Tobago in a game that meant only pride to the hosts, the humiliation of the loss lingers. With an opportunity to go to an eighth World Cup on the line, the Americans showed none of the grit and determination that traditionally is a staple of the team's game.

Determining where that embarrassment ranks all time isn't easy. The United States didn't take the sport seriously for much of the 20th century and can count a number of...

 By Sam Borden

Arena, Gulati, 2026, more: Questions abound after USA World Cup failure

Take a look back at the occasional highs and the catastrophic disappointments from the United States' World Cup qualifying campaign.

It was bad.

There is no other way to describe what happened to the United States men's national team on Tuesday night, no other way to spin how the Americans lost in staggering fashion to Trinidad and Tobago and then saw a combination of other results knock them out of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. When the tournament kicks off in Russia next June, it will be the first time that the U.S. has been absent since 1986.

Not surprisingly, the entire soccer community -- from players to coaches, executives...